“Don’t confuse activity with progress.”
-author unknown

I have a feeling that someone reading this message has a busy life.

You’re always on the go.

You feel that there are not enough hours in the day.

You don’t seem to be getting anywhere in life.

Anyone can be busy doing a lot of things, but that doesn’t necessarily help them get to where they want to be. I have certainly been guilty of this.

See, here’s the thing…

Whatever you do, make sure it’s towards your ultimate purpose. If you want to be the best plumber in the world, don’t go out and get your real estate license. You have to keep heading in the right direction. Don’t be afraid to say no to people.

And another thing…

Do what you need to do, whether you feel like it or not. Like your taxes. Like your laundry. Like paying your bills. Like pulling weeds.

These things are not fun, but they need to be done.

I’ve been putting off exercising, meditating and organizing every morning, but today I decided to get back on track and do those things for 21 straight days. They say that if you do something for 21 days, it becomes a habit. That’s my goal. Today was day one, and as soon as I got up, I went for a walking meditation and when I finish this blog, I’m going to go up to my office and do some organizing.

I feel good, but I’ll feel even better after 21 days. Then it will be part of me.

Anybody can do something once – the great ones do things consistently.

Thanks for reading.

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